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I Am Not a Trans-Wife

I am simply a wife

Taken by Rhiannon Leighton, In Chicago 9/18/21

There is a certain level of comfort, anxiety and vulnerability that comes with being in a wedding that those who have been in one understand. I once stood on the other side of the ceremony, wearing a bowtie and ready to accept the title of “groom”. This is different, in every regard and it’s not different because I stood in downtown Chicago and said “I do” instead of the courthouse in…

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